WIth tighter COVID-19 coronavirus restrictions taking effect, state and national unemployment rates are beginning to rise.
Governor Jared Polis kicked off the Thanksgiving holiday by signing an executive order Wednesday that gives Colorado restaurants, bars, and food trucks 30 more days to pay this month's sales taxes.
Small businesses in one Larimer County community say they don't plan on following the state's upgraded COVID-19 restrictions for their county.
The Colorado Department of Local Affairs has awarded nearly $800,000 to 15 communities across the state.
(The Center Square) - Colorado had 9,171 new unemployment claims filed last week, marking the most claims received by the agency in one week since July.
On day one, a newly inaugurated President Joe Biden will have to address a devastated economy - much like he and former President Barack Obama did a decade ago.
What can the country expect?
The United States gained 638,000 jobs in September, dropping the unemployment rate by one point to 6.9 percent.
Gains in the United States third quarter largely reversed losses in the second quarter due to impacts from the COVID-19 coronavirus pandemic.
Colorado's Office of Economic Development and International Trade has recommended continued funding of the state's creative industries to help overcome the COVID-19 recession.
New unemployment claims in the United States increased over the prior week, reaching nearly 900,000.